No Longer Invisible in Rambunctious 2.0


This year’s Black History Month has been a busy one nationwide, with conversations on the value of black lives happening [...]

Trisha Brown: Homecoming and Farewell

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The Trisha Brown Dance Company stopped by the UW World Series recently, for what was both a homecoming and a [...]

CHOP SHOP Offers Diverse Body of Work

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An annual Eastside treat, CHOP SHOP: Bodies of Work is a contemporary dance festival presented by StoneDance Productions in partnership [...]

Heartfelt Presence in Two Headed Calf


Directed by dancer Calie Swedberg and musician Keith White, Two Headed Calf is a delightful interplay between dance, puppetry, and live [...]

R et J’s Exhilarating Tragedy

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Everyone knows the story of Romeo and Juliet: the feuding families, the youthful star-crossed lovers, the passion, bloodshed, and heartbreak. [...]

Bridge Triggers Many Reactions

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Trigger warning: this review talks about trigger warnings. Velocity Dance Center’s annual Bridge Project program brings choreographers (new-ish to Seattle) [...]

UW Faculty Concert Provides Valuable Exposure


On January 23, University of Washington’s dance department performed 2016’s Faculty Concert to a sold out house at the Meany [...]

Get IN-spired: Whim Continues to Stun


IN-spired, the latest performance from Seattle’s Whim W’Him, opened this past Friday, January 22, to a large crowd of enthused [...]

Visions of Utopia At NEXT FEST


Velocity Dance Center Artistic Director Tonya Lockyer often sets an extra challenge for the artists featured in Velocity’s annual NEXT [...]

Notes on Morris at the Moore

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Mark Morris has created a wild variety of dances in many different situations, from silly to profound, but whatever their [...]

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